CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (November 2, 2021) – SEMA Cares Charity, Austin Hatcher Foundation, and SATA German Engineering will be unveiling a custom Coupe on November 3 at 1:30PM in the DAN Am/SATA Booth at SEMA 2021.
This project build began with a Factory Five Type 65 Coupe kit, which is a replica of the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe that won Le Mans in 1964.
Finished in gorgeous Bristol Grey exterior and a full custom Navy-Blue leather interior, the Coupe features FORD Performance 347 cubic inch Street Cruiser Crate Engine – Carbureted, Tremec TKX 5-Speed Transmission, Moser Differential, custom Detroit Steel Wheels. The custom paint was applied by Ron Fleenor at Fleaz Color Faktory using SATA X5500 RP 1.3.
What makes this custom Coupe so special are that hands the helped - the children and young adult cancer patients and survivors.
This custom Coupe was a part of the Austin Hatcher Foundation’s Industrial Arts Program. The Industrial Arts, STEM program serves a multipurpose function; first to introduce and educate a STEM-based trade, second to treat and improve coordination deficits, behavior, memory, learning and many other deficits as results of childhood cancer.
“We are extremely grateful for our partnership with SATA. This build was such an exciting opportunity for our patients and families,” said Austin Hatcher Foundation President Amy Jo Osborn. “I believe SEMA fans and Automotive enthusiasts will be blown away by the detail and outcome of this vehicle.”
Car enthusiast, keep your eye open for when the Austin Hatcher Foundation announces the auction platform for the sale of this beauty late 2021 or early 2022.All proceeds fund services at the Austin-Hatcher Foundation - the nation’s only 100%-free, whatever-it-takes-to-empower-families-to-thrive pediatric cancer foundation.